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I shall do my best. Whatcha got?
Matching Match the letter of the author with his or her description. Not all letters will be used. a. William Bradford b. Captain John Smith c. Anne Bradstreet d. Olaudah Equiano e. Thomas Paine f. Thomas Jefferson 1. I wrote an account of my voyage across the sea on the Mayflower. (1 point) 2. My persuasive writing opposed reconciliation with Great Britain. (1 point) 3. My writing style includes rhyming couplets. (1 point) 4. In 1776, when others were hesitant, I drafted the grievances of the Colonies. (1 point) 5. My account of the Middle Passage created a new genre of narratives. (1 point) THose are the questions.
i got 1. C 2. A 3.D 4. E 5. B
Okay. I'm trying to work this out. Just give me a couple minutes.
Yeah you;re doing fine thank you!
Okay. So, I'm sorry for taking so long. Here are my best guesses. 1. A 2. E 3. C 4. F 5. B I hope this helps, and I hope I actually did some good. You know more about them than I do, so just go with your heart, okay? Good luck!!
Hey thanks, yeah looking back over them now and yours make much more sense. Got time for a couple more?!
9. Which of the following is a primary source from early American and colonial literature? (1 point) the autobiography of Olaudah Equiano "The Story of Olaudah Equiano" Discovery Education™ streaming movie "The Middle Passage" by Brycchan Carey PBS "Liberty!" website I am thinking D I am not sure. This is it. the rest are good.
Primary source? It wouldn't be D. That's a secondary source. My guess is that it's "The Middle Passage" By Byrcchan Carey.
No i take that back because PBS isnt during teh early times.
Okay thanks you! Thats all!
No problem! I'm glad I could help. (: